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left, was among the speakers at Banquet last Thursday night at Kouoctl Among other official guests were: l approved and a fact in March of Way well un- 65 percent acquired, when it was determined that the EIR fact sheet was not adequate. "The EIR statement was finally approved for cir- culation in March of 1974 and a public hearing was held in October 1974 ." , District IV. ;) Councilwoman Marie VamingrHf, REA President Ben Fariatti, and Sonoma County Supervisor Nick Esposti. Photos by Janlce. According to Vandagriff, the project was shelved in 1975 when the Cloverdale Highway Project was deleted in that year's Highway Planning Program. The four lane freeway project was declared MTC's fourth priority non-Interstate project for added projects in the development of its 1970 Regional Transportation Improvement Program. The funding in the amount of $25 million was recommended to CalTrans by the MTC. The Commission approved 118 million in the 1981-82 fiscal year for a two lane ex- pressway within a four lane freeway right of way in the 1979 State Transportation Improvement Program. There was a great deal of concern over accepting an expressway according to Vandagriff, and a new EIR would be required. The January, 1980, estimated cost is shown as $16,350,000, with an escalated cost of attacks proposal to save and invest, not discourage it," he added. Clausen pledged to continue to support Second Congressional District housing projects for senior citizens. "These are good programs, which over the years have served older Americans well. The Congress needs to maintain oversight of these programs to improve them and make them even more beneficial." x SS benefits fan Don strongly Ad- to tax "Senior citizens already pay a disproportionate amount of the cruelest tax of all--inflation. Because they usually have fixed incomes they are the first and the hardest hit by rising prices." Clausen also stressed his objections to Ad- ministration proposals to withhold a portion of the income from interest and dividends. "We need to do to incentives ker Fred Mazzoni dies a tour Cypress Citizen's ment, the take what it with the burial Fred G. a.m. Catholc at home 14, after for many IoPerator of Mazzoni father He was his life on the He was Cancer Society. Fred Young and Co., Arrangements were by H.ealdsburg. DU$ D01Tt mils lm111JE 00tlU$ m}lTt THERAPEUTIC SUPER B COMPLEX C 500 ms I "  " HIPS m 3.85 mm3.99 3.19006 Lql mltcr$ ]111 tmltt' lm mlLfl \\; SIIva's.Pharmacy 894-5206. 117 Broad St.,- Next to the Post Office _j and past than 50- of the Eagles, by his wife, Geyser - Am- Amelia and Heald- ', James ;erville; )hine and Rosa; and one recRed John's was family orial $24,825,0O0. "As it stands now," said Vandagriff, "officials are doubtful that it will be ready for beginning in the 1985-86 fiscal year, some 26 years following the original adoption by the Highway Commission." Council member Van- dagriff conkluded her remarks by saying,"sta- tistics show that during the average day, the traffic flow through the City of Cloverdale is in excess of 19,000 cars. Summer and holidays double and sometimes triple this fqure. Accidents show a 50 percent increase and studies show that 35 percent of the involved parties were nonresidents of Clover- dale." In her summary, Marie Vandagriff asked where CalTrans was when the energy crisis became evident and that smaller cars were going to use the tran- sportation routes in Northern California. John West, District Engineer of District 4 of CalTrans, suggested that "It is easy to talk about hind- sight," and that indeed, Cloverdale has been put on the back burner for some time. The question of loaning out Cloverdale bypass money to other areas was brought up, and it was conceded that this was true. Robert Roumiguiere. the third member of the panel entertained a motion to submit a resolution to again support Cloverdale and its bypass. The last resolution had been presented in 1976. The motion carried and was unanimously approved by the Redwood Empire Association. Chevron A Model Station Pellegrini's Chevron recently ear'd th@ "Hallmark Station Award", preL'rtted oly to those excep4iol Chevroo stations providing professional service &rtd maintainir an immaculate alearence that set them apart as a model station ELECTRONIC TIIE BALANCING Lares t Equipment Wednesday, October 22, 1980 - Page 3 Redwood Empire Association elects new president Jack MacDonald of Eureka is the new president of the nine-county Redwood Empire Association, following elections at Konocti Harbor Inn. MacDonald succeeds Ben A. Farlatti of Tiburon. Member of a pioneer Humboldt County family, he is a motel owner and property manager, and has served two terms as vice president of REA. Elected vice presidents of the travel-promotion organization were Edgar H. Lion, Jr., San Francisco insurance executive; and William R. Lucius, chair- man of the Metropolitan Transportation District. Gordon Husby, Santa Rosa banker, was re-electea treasurer; and Stuart Nixon was named to a fifth term as PEA general manager. Re-elected as members- at-large of the Association's executive board were: James Mulpeters, San Francisco ; Richard Draeger and Burton R. Kirchner, Marin County; John H. C. Riley, Tom Morin and Larry Ayre, Sonoma County; L. D. Dennen, Mendocino County; ROy C. Atkins and Jack Owen, Humboldt County. New board members are: Ray Gennette, San Fran- cisco; Alden Jones, Lake County; C. Jo Hindley, Humboldt County; Bernard McClendon, Del Norte County ; and Thomas McGill, Josephine County (Ore.). The Association heard a panel discussion of tran- sportation projects on US Highway 101 (The Redwood Highway), centering on the A highlight of the President's Banquet at the REA eonventkm was Rhoda, ventriloquist extraordinalre, and her friend "Iggy," whose roast of pollflclans and guests kept everyme highly entertained. long-delayed Cloverdale bypass and fast transit lanes around San Rafael. At the request of Cloverdale Councilwoman Marie Vandagriff, the Association renewed its support for the bypass in a resolution ad- dressed to the California Transportation Commission and other agencies. John West, director of CalTraus District IV (San Francisco) confirmed partial funding for the project, but warned inflation and diminishing funds may slow it. t Asllemblyman img Bo,co and 8onoma County Supervisor Nick EspesU were among the officials attending the REA Couvention. Photo by Janlce. Firemen's Benefit Breakfast set for Nov. 2 The Cloverdale Volunteer Fire Department is holding a benefit breakfast on November 2 from 7 a.m. to lloon. The breakfast will be held at the firehouse. Eggs, Tickets are available from Fire Department personnel or can be purchased at the door. A donation of $2.50 is sausage, hash browns, toast, coffee, tea, milk, and juice will be served. being asked for adults and $1.50 for children under 12. This event is part of an ongoing effort to raise money :for supplies and equipment. Everyone is also invited to look over the station and see what we've been doing. 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Rack Diesel, Butane- Propane Tanks 500 Gal Bulk Butane Or Propane Tank Plumbing - Electrical - Building Supplies 18 Ft Heavy Dut'Carrying Trailer With Sides - Ramp Heavy Duty Air Commpressor Butcher Table Engine Hoist Craftsman Drill Press- Hydraulic Press Table Saw Garden Shredder Hobart Meat Slicer Banquet Table e New Restaurant Gas -. 2 Burner Unit - Furniture Antiques Miscl. Items - Treadle Machine- Radio Sewing Clothing - Big Man Sizes 48 - 52 -o Calculator with Tape Steel Carrying Rack for Pickup- 3 Ton Gas Air Cond. Gas Drum & Pump Steel Storage Drums Welding Steel Gallons of 'Rug Shampoo & Heavy Duty Cleaner MIK. MIK. MIK. in Case of Rain, Nov. 1 Directions: 2 miles No. of Cloverclale Cross Preston Bridge R. Turn about 1 mile v i' ii !!ii 'i t I. 4 ) :)